Beyonce's new album "Renaissance" landed on DSP's last week, and although it is #1 throughout the world there was one big misstep by the Queen and her team according to LA Times:
In “Heated,” a dancehall-inspired track, the singer uses the words “spaz” and “spazzin’” in an energetically recited portion of the song that’s a callback to the freestyles at some ballroom events. Activists condemned the use of the word in social media posts, pointing out that another pop star, Lizzo, had removed the same lyric from a song following similar backlash in June.
“The word, not used intentionally in a harmful way, will be replaced,” a spokeswoman for Beyoncé said in an email.
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